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Imagine a diet so easy and yet so powerful that it could not only balance out-of-control blood sugar, but effectively reverse insulin resistance, freeing people everywhere from the restraints of type II diabetes.That plan has arrived. The Diabetes Rescue Dietpromises good, wholesome food without making readers count calories, buy exotic supplements, or completely change their daily routinesno sacrifice required! The plan is inspired by a Mediterranean diet chock full of whole grains, olive oil, and hearty fare that is proven to reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and lower the risk of heart disease and other serious health threats. Readers will still eat favorites like pasta, meatloaf, and pork tenderloin (chocolate and ice cream, too!), but will soon add new dishes like Oven-Fried Tilapia and Pineapple Roasted Sweet Potatoes to their menu. The Diabetes Rescue Dietisn't just about food, though. Also included: a 21-day walking plan to get readers moving and improve blood circulation in just 15 to 30 minutes a day a dining-out guide that proves "delicious" doesn't have to mean "dangerous" when it comes to diabetes a chapter of "healthy shortcuts" to try right now for head-to-toe to protection from diseaseWith more than 80 mouthwatering dishes and expert advice, The Diabetes Rescue Dietis the last stop on the road to reversing diabetes and attaining great health for life.
Mark Bricklin, an award-winning journalist, was founding editor of Men’s Health magazine and was editor-in-chief and a columnist for Prevention magazine for more than 20 years. He lives in Center Valley, PA.